At the time Anguilla is run under the IBCs 2000 Law and the regulations of IBCs 2000 with all they’re amendments.
- Only one director or shareholder required for the company’s formation.
- Shareholder(s) and director(s) may be the same person.
- The shareholder(s) and director(s) can be a natural person.
- There is no requirement of resident secretary.
All of the IBCs in Anguilla can have one or more person or corporate directors and they can be of any nationality. Without the needs of any statutory meetings to be held you can have them all or do business activities not being in the country at distance.
In Anguilla they offer investors the benefit of a zero (0) Tax exception like all the offshore jurisdictions for foreigners around any commercial activity or commercial transactions made outside the country.
In Anguilla is not necessary to register the names of the shareholders or the directors in the public records.
By law an Anguilla IBC should keep accounting records that are able to explain all the transactions of the company and will be enable to show the position of the company with reasonable accuracy. The books and records will not be show in the public records it should be kept at the registered office of the company.